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- Round Mountain Girls Play to Completely Empty Tent Following Naked Shenanigans at World Famous Festival
- Sydney and Newcastle dates at last!!! Manly and Dudley in June
- Shock News- Brad Hails Missing, Suspected Abduction by Hot Mountain Chicks
- RMG In Deep Doo Doo Over Weather and Backstage Brawl
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- THE NEW COVERS EP
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- One-Off Newcastle Gig
- Bluesfest Koala Named in Honour of Round Mountain Girls
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- Woodford Duck Beaten to Death With Round Mountain Shovel
Shock News- Brad Hails Missing, Suspected Abduction by Hot Mountain Chicks
"At first, we just assumed he'd been hitting the sherry bottle. It happens from time to time", blubbed a tearful Rexona Cartier. "He's had a habit recently of turning up late, looking dishevelled and smelling of trifle. But for a few weeks now, we've had no contact at all."
The police reported that Hails was last sighted on the 18th November heading up Round Mountain on his push bike, carrying his lagerphone under one arm wearing only a kitchen apron, some work boots and a bowler hat. The report added that he had a "glazed over look in his eyes", and that his pedalling was "erratic".
Real concerns for his welfare arose when his hat and apron was found by hikers who accidently strayed into an area of Round Mountain feared by locals. It is land generally acknowledged to be the territory of a coven of mysterious women, and has been a source of speculation for some years now after several disappearances of musicians from the Bogangar area.
Willy Bee, ex-Navy Seal and bass player stated "We will leave no stone unturned", in the bands efforts to retrieve their front man. "If he has indeed returned to the mountain, then we have a pretty good idea of what he can expect, and it won't be pretty", said Mr Bee.